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  • A Little Hatred

  • The First in the Epic Sunday Times Bestselling Series
  • De : Joe Abercrombie
  • Lu par : Steven Pacey
  • Durée : 20 h et 19 min
  • 4,4 out of 5 stars (18 notations)

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A Little Hatred

De : Joe Abercrombie
Lu par : Steven Pacey
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    The chimneys of industry rise over Adua, and the world seethes with new opportunities. But old scores run deep as ever.

    On the blood-soaked borders of Angland, Leo dan Brock struggles to win fame on the battlefield and defeat the marauding armies of Stour Nightfall. He hopes for help from the crown. But King Jezal's son, the feckless Prince Orso, is a man who specialises in disappointments.

    Savine dan Glokta - socialite, investor and daughter of the most feared man in the Union - plans to claw her way to the top of the slag-heap of society by any means necessary. But the slums boil over with a rage that all the money in the world cannot control.

    The age of the machine dawns, but the age of magic refuses to die. With the help of the mad hillwoman Isern-i-Phail, Rikke struggles to control the blessing, or the curse, of the Long Eye. Glimpsing the future is one thing, but with the guiding hand of the First of the Magi still pulling the strings, changing it will be quite another....

    ©2019 Joe Abercrombie (P)2019 Orion Publishing Group Limited

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    • William Rosso
    • 04/10/2019

    Back to familiar grounds!

    I've been waiting for what seems as an eternety for this book. I can easely say that its the read Ive most looked forward to in my whole life (I consider the first law books my favourite triology) and when Steven Pacey starts reading in my ears its like Im taken back to the days when I first encountered the First Law books. And for all the wonderful nostalgia I end up with a familiar feeling when I reach the end, as if I was re-reading part of the books that came before. It could be the overwhelming cast of old characters that are present in the story, or that the events are somewhat similar to what has come before in other Abercrombie books. But it is, as always, the characters that Joe Abercronbie dreams up (that sometimes give me nightmares) that help carry the somewhat thin plot forward, and I never felt bored. Its with huge expectations that I await the rest of this planned triology to see how it all evolves!

    +Great characters
    +Steven Paceys performance
    +Great setting

    -Wished the story would've evolved more
    -Thought it to be a bit short
    -Felt a bit too familiar at times.

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    • Dennis
    • 29/09/2019

    Sorry, this was disappointing

    Joe Abercrombie is one of the best fantasy authors ever. The first six books in the Fist Law universe was all 5/5 and I read and listened to them 10+ times (yes, they get better on repeat).

    Book 7 is good. It got parts that made me laugh and feel the gritty vibe of the first books. But also parts that felt like a manuscript from a teen movie. Like romantic fan fiction. I get back to that. It is still a good book in that genre. But most relatives of old characters and the old characters often feel much less interesting compared to a few new. It pays to much homage to the past. It feels like fan litterateur at times. Other times I’m introduced to great writing, original characters and new ways to describe the insane and violent. I hate to write this: and some parts are sweet and pathetic like a fairy tale.

    Spoilers ahead!

    No one really dies. Two of some importance. They are old and could likewise died if natural causes. Characters feels immortal, and the trauma of GoT on HBO resurface like an old trauma. And the two love scenes at the end is... it’s not believable. It’s introduction of the super convenient into Joes writing and a comical homage to the 80s movie trading places and some old episode of Melrose Place. I’m confused.

    The same with the new heroes ending up in the circle. What..? He spared his life and all of the sudden that is not equal to signing your own death sentence? They become friends? What? And the arrogance of not killing your enemy in the ring was suddenly rewarded? Both survived and became better humans as a result?

    Did they have a free press? Like gossip press? What?

    On the good side. The “eye” is cool outside of the circle scene. The siege chaos was great, even if the hero survived (she did experience a trauma - that was great). The new heroes was great, I rather have 90% focus on them.

    75% of the book was 5/5 but the serious and good got mixed up with 25% 2/5 that felt like fan fiction for teens.

    Sorry for this Joe. I will always buy your books, but it feels like Half a King stepped into the world of First Law and you mixed in some Disney.

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    • Daniel Gerlach Christensen
    • 03/03/2020

    Makes the whole First Law series even better

    To be honest, I went in to this with a little low expectations. I know that Joe wrote a different series in a different world, and thought "Well, that didn't work out, so now he's back to milk his cash cow". (And I'm sorry now, that is not the case!). I preferred the original First Law trilogy, always having a bit of a hard time adjusting to the new characters in the second "trilogy" - which I also consider a mistake on my behalf.

    After reading this, I'm suddenly in awe of what Joe Abercrombie has created and the way he writes funny yet grim, intelligent yet digestable and dark yet hopeful. No one writes POV's so convincingly, I think. The way you understand everyones viewpoints and can empathise with all the very different characters is just amazing. He has a way of making the plot turn and twist at just the right time, and when there's a twist it seems so natural and realistic, even though you didn't see it coming at all. (Much like reality...)

    I really want to go back and read all the previous books to really understand all the different characters and references I most certainly missed in this - and to appreciate it the way it's supposed to. Perfect.

    Other similar stuff I like: Riyria Revelations+Chronicles, Stormlight Archives, The Gentlemen Bastards.

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    • kristy
    • 21/10/2019

    Moarrrrrr!

    Simply superb. Best book I have erm read in a long time. Thanks Joe. Steven Pacey is the best narrator on Audible.

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    • Anonymous User
    • 29/11/2021

    Packed with great characters.

    The combination of Steven Pacey and Joe A is probably my favorite on audible, but because people have been giving this one worse reviews than usual, I doubted.

    I'm glad i gave it a shot, because the entire book has been of lot of laughs and excitement. Its all about the characters, the bad attitudes and consequences, and it all ties up to something unexpected. I don't give a rats ass about what happens in the end, as long as I get to head more from these unfortunate, sorry, and sarcastic characters.

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    • Søren
    • 06/04/2020

    Good, but not as good as the first 3 books

    I already knew this book was unlikely to be as good as the first 3 (The Blade itself, Before they are hanged and Last argument of Kings). Those are the best audio books I´ve ever listened to, except Douglas Adam reading his own Hitchhiker series :)

    But if you keep expectations down and dont just sit and wait for a glimpse of Sand Dan Glokta, Logan 9 finger, Bias, or whoever was your favorite characters, "A little hatred" is worth the credit and you´ll at least get a little fix of the world you learned about in the previous books AND few of the guys are in this one too, only just in passing, so theres that..:).

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    • W P H
    • 15/10/2019

    Lame

    Can’t believe this is the same author who brought us the "Bloody Nine” gave up at chapter 5 wast of time and money.

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    • Ingmar
    • 01/10/2019

    The best fantasy writer at the moment.

    I love all his books but this one is even better. As are many I'm also deeply disappointed by the pace GRRM writes his books. Joe Abercrombie his works should've been translated into an HBO series as well...

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    • Mohamed Lamri
    • 23/06/2022

    Another great entry in the first law universe

    Steven Pacey does a sublime job with the narration as always, bringing the world of Joe Abercrombie to life full with it's blend of humor and grit.

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    • Mert
    • 13/04/2022

    One of the best narration ever

    The series are one of a kind as much as the narration, it’s just amazing.

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    • D. W.
    • 24/01/2020

    Unübertreffbar

    Wer glaubt, dass Abercrombie mit seinem schon geschaffenen Megaepos das Sujet ausgereizt hat, wird überrascht werden.
    30 Jahre nach dem Ende seiner Trilogie ‚the first law’ trifft die neue Generation auf noch lebende alte Gesichter, allesamt in ihren Persönlichkeiten bi/multipolar gezeichnet, und in unvorhersehbaren Wendungen hin und hergebeutelt. Unnachahmlicher Sarkasmus, das Einarbeiten sozialkritischer und zeitgeschichtlicher Komponenten und ein mE immer besser werdender Pacey machen das Ganze zu einem großen Hörerlebnis.
    Ist Abercrombie schon für den Literaturnobelpreis vorgeschlagen? Ja ? Nein?
    You have to be realistic...

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    • tacaya
    • 16/04/2020

    Fantastisch!

    Mir war gar nicht klar, dass dieses Buch auch wieder in der Welt von The First Law spielt. Ich hab es einfach gekauft, weil es von Joe Abercrombie ist, was mir als Grund absolut reicht. ;-) Ich war also begeistert wieder auf ein paar der alten Weggefährten zu treffen, wenn auch nur in Nebenrollen. Die neuen Hauptrollen sind aber ebenfalls interessante, gut ausgearbeitete Charaktere, deren Gedanken und Unterhaltungen mit der richtigen Portion Witz gespickt sind und auf deren weiteres Schicksal ich schon sehr gespannt bin. Wer die anderen Bücher aus diesem Universum noch nicht gelesen hat, sollte dies meiner Meinung nach erst tun. Man kann A little hatred zwar sicher auch ohne Vorkenntnis genießen, aber mehr Spaß macht es wahrscheinlich mit. Steven Pacey erzählt die Geschichte super mit Stimmenvielfalt und Dialekten. Ich kann die Fortsetzung kaum erwarten!

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    • Alexander von der Goltz
    • 29/01/2021

    Ver good

    Great and gritty story with interesting characters. The narrator is superb in his voice acting.

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    • huuwhee
    • 04/10/2020

    Brilliant

    Cant wait for the second Part. its as good as the other Abercrombie's books. Sure there are some better, than the other. And I wouldn't count this one to his best work, but still better than everyone else.

    I had to remark: god, this Abercrombie is a Genius!

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 10/08/2021

    A light read/listen with a (yet?) unfulfilled premise

    Not being much of a fantasy reader with only the essential reads under my belt (Tolkien, Pratchett, Martin) I picked up this book for its interesting premise, the entry of machines into a fantastic world. Though the idea sounds very Pratchett, after finishing the second book I rather put the series closer to Martin, yet with a rather lighter approach. Like in Martin’s Song of Fire and Ice, the book follows the stories of several high born characters coming of age.
    Whereas Martin however writes from the perspective of the goth kid from the back of the class, Abercrombie clearly writes more sympathetic towards the stumbling of his self centered heroes, constantly throwing in witty comments such characters would consider wisdom (“In the end, all tears are for yourself.”) You get comparable levels of drug abuse, sex (including incest) and violence, yet the motives from which these actions derive are far more innocent, mostly grounded in the tries of spoiled youths trying to do “the right thing” (although resulting in comparable gory like SoFaI).
    Also like Martin, Abercrombie reduces the fantastic elements to a minimum: There are neither dwarfs nor elfs, only humans; no magic except visions of the near future.
    Thus the “historical” setting of a society entring the age of machinery neatly complements the entering of the series’ heroes into their new chapters of life, yet the concept of the reactions of said dwarfs and elfs of the growing human hunger for metal and the consequential deforestation to melt it remains for another author to explore.

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    • dandibar
    • 13/10/2019

    Back to the roots, back to Glory!

    This was a great beginning for the new trilogy. New and great characters are introduced while the old ones take second rank.
    There are some references but you don´t need to read previous first law books to get into this story, although I would recommend them anyway.
    Exellent narration by Steven Pacey can´t wait for the next.

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    • Gantev
    • 02/10/2019

    A spectacular new beginning

    The new beginning in the first law world is spectacular. The new characters are great and they show inevitable promise, the old ones didn't lose a smidgen of their excellence. What I love about Joe Abercrombie is that he doesn't need to end his books in a cliffhanger to make the waiting between them almost painful.
    To say Steven Pacey is a great narrator it's an understatement and that doesn't stop him to raise the bar with every book he narrates.
    This book series is shaping up to be one of the greatest stories ever told.

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    • Dennis
    • 22/05/2022

    Outstanding performance on witty story

    Too little magic for my taste but the cruel reality gripped me just as tight as an elaborate magic system would have.

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    • Anonymer Hörer
    • 25/03/2022

    long but never really dull

    I have a love, hate relationship with fantasy. I loved this story. Definitely getting the next one.

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    • Undúrael
    • 15/11/2020

    Fies wie immer! Ganz klar Abercrombie.

    Bekannte Figuren aus Dagger&Coin +The Heroes spielen nicht die Hauptrollen, aber durchaus einen umfassenden Part. Klassisches Abercrombie-Theater, das das Original nicht ganz erreicht, es aber unterhaltsam weiterspinnt und davon zehrt. Wenn der Mittelteil langweilt: Einfach überfliegen und bis zum Ende lesen, es lohnt sich!